For Sale 6 Bed House - Detached 

Northgate, Pinchbeck, Spalding Offers Around £559,950

Property Features

Location:
Northgate, Pinchbeck, Spalding, PE11 3TB
Reception Rooms:5
Bedrooms:6
Bathrooms:5
Area:4162sqft
Council Tax Band:D
Tenure:Freehold

Contact Agent

Spalding Office
43, Double Street
Spalding
Lincolnshire
PE11 2AA
Tel: 01775 713 888
enquiries@sedge-homes.com

About the Property

Unique six bedroom renovated chapel, originally built in 1925 with mature wisteria which adorns the front of the chapel and looks stunning when in flower in the Spring. This property is simply one in a million, being lovingly cared for and is maintained to an incredible standard. Retaining its original character features along with modern conveniences. The property briefly comprises of 6 bedrooms, five reception rooms and five bathrooms three of which are en-suites. Words do not do this home justice and viewing is essential to appreciate the gravity of this stunning house.

  • SIX BEDROOM CONVERTED CHAPEL
  • UNIQUE AND ORIGINAL FEATURES THROUGHOUT
  • EXCELLENT VILLAGE LOCATION
  • AMPLE OFF ROAD PARKING
  • OPEN FIELDS VIEWS
  • OIL CENTRAL HEATING
  • 5 BATHROOMS
  • 5 RECEPTION ROOMS
  • VIEWING ESSENTIAL

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Property Details

Entrance Vestibule

1.93m x 3.30m (6'4" x 10'10")
Solid wooden entrance door to the front aspect leads into the property. Boot storage and hooks for coat storage. Fire alarm system and intruder alarm. Wood block flooring reclaimed from the original 1850’s school room.
Door to Utility Room and double doors into Hallway.

Utility Room

2.97m x 4.34m (9'9" x 14'3")
Quarry tiled flooring, integrated washing machine/tumble dryer, staircase to bedroom 4. Radiator.

Bedroom 4

2.13m x 5.16m (7'0" x 16'11")
Radiator, velux window, door to en-suite.

En-suite Bathroom

3.58m x 2.57m (11'9" x 8'5")
Three piece suite comprising of a double ended roll top bath, wash handbasin and WC. Partly tiled, extractor fan and heated towel rail. Velux window.

Hallway

Victorian style radiator, wall lights and spotlights, feature coving and cornicing, doors leading to further accommodation.

WC

1.19m x 2.13m (3'11" x 7'0")
Wash hand basin and WC. Victorian style radiator.

Snug

4.04m x 3.56m (13'3" x 11'8")
TV and internet socket points, Victorian style radiator, Original chapel window with secondary glazing to the side aspect.

Lounge

8.98m x 6.73m (29'5" x 22'0")
This room retains the look of the former chapel including large feature secondary glazed stained glass windows with a stylized tulip and daffodil design reflecting the local Lincolnshire countryside. Large hanging ceiling light, Victorian style radiators, wood burning stove and the centrepiece a water fountain in the bay window. With wood block flooring reclaimed from the original 1850’s school room. Staircase leading to first floor accommodation and a gallery overlooking the lounge.

Family Room (rear)

3.07m x 7.95m (10'1" x 26'1")
This room was originally the Sunday School. Feature wood burning stove, spotlights, radiator. Staircase leading to Bedroom 5. Door to Office/Study/Craft Room. Double glazed doors to garden. Shower Room.

Bedroom 5

2.87m x 8.19m (9'5" x 26'10")
Double glazed doors leading to a feature balcony with a spiral staircase descending to the garden. Radiator, obscure glass brick wall overlooking family room.

Office/Study/Craft Room

5.11m x 2.67m (16'9" x 8'9")
Engineered oak flooring, radiator, built-in storage cupboard, velux window, double glazed door to garden.

Shower Room

Three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Partly tiled, spotlights.

Kitchen

3.91m x 4.43m (12'10" x 14'6")
Fitted kitchen comprising of wall and base units with work surfaces over, tiled splashback, sink/drainer, feature oil fired Rayburn range, electric oven and electric induction hob. Double glazed skylight. Double glazed window to the side aspect.

Dining Room

7.52m x 4.43m (24'8" x 14'6")
Feature fire surround, coving to the ceiling, victorian style radiators. Two original chapel windows with secondary glazing to the side aspect with wood block flooring reclaimed from the original 1850’s school room. Open-plan leading into the kitchen.

1st Floor Gallery (off Lounge)

1.02m x 2.36m (3'4" x 7'9")

Bedroom 1

3.40m x 3.84m (11'2" x 12'7")
Original chapel window with secondary glazing, door to en-suite. Radiator.

En-suite Bathroom

Three piece suite comprising of a double ended roll top bath, wash handbasin and WC. Partly tiled, extractor fan and heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2

3.53m x 4.38m (11'7" x 14'4")
Original chapel window with secondary glazing. Radiator.

1st Floor Landing (off Gallery)

Door to:

Bathroom

3.75m x 1.98m (12'4" x 6'6")
Three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Radiator.

Bedroom 3

Original chapel window with secondary glazing. Radiator.

Bedroom 6

5.99m x 4.47m (19'8" x 14'8")
Loft storage, radiators, three velux windows, walk in wardrobe, eaves storage, door to en-suite.

En-suite Shower Room

2.54m x 1.85m (8'4" x 6'1")
Three piece suite comprising of a shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC. Heated towel rail. Partly tiled, spotlights. Cupboard housing MegaFlow hot water cylinder.

A little history:

Anjeli Chapel (the former Pinchbeck West Primitive Methodist Chapel) replaced the smaller 1840’s Hosannah Chapel on the site and first opened to great ceremony on Thursday 29th October 1925 with about 400 people in attendance . Many of those present had donated and raised funds for the building work and their names and initials are displayed on the exterior brickwork. Children diligently saved up pennies to purchase a half-a-crown brick which would be carved with their initials. J R Baker was the architect/builder. He also built a very similar chapel in Moulton Chapel. The Chapel was very active within the village community and music and singing played an important part; as well as the Sunday School, which during the Second World War was used by local and evacuee children as a school room. The congregation gradually became smaller; finally closing in 1997 and sold. It was converted to a home between 1998 and 2005.

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Lincolnshire
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